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  • True Colours

    Make sure you talk to your kids about racial inequality. October 15, 2020 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    If we believe our children are colourblind, we ignore the patterns of racial inequality entrenched in our society. A
  • In All Circumstances

    Giving thanks while facing hardship is a spiritual practice. October 9, 2020 by Darryn Oldford
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    There is always something for which to be thankful ... It doesn’t mean ignoring the bad; it means not ignoring the good.
  • Darkness to Hope

    What General Booth's In Darkest England, and the Way Out teaches us 130 years later. October 5, 2020 By Major Ron Millar
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    One hundred and thirty years later many of the core issues addressed in General William Booth's The Darkest England scheme remain at the heart of our social reality in Canada—poverty, addiction, social injustice, human trafficking and homelessness, to name just a few.
  • The Social Network

    Our media engagement should reflect our faith and values. September 22, 2020 By Lt-Colonel John P. Murray
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    Salvation Army officer Lieutenant-Colonel John P. Murray discusses the responsibility of Salvationists to engage and respond to ideas and opportunities, but with an added measure of grace, balance and civility.
  • What’s in a Name?

    Three things that deserve the label “Christian.” September 17, 2020 by Darryn Oldford
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    Ascribing the label “Christian” to fantasy books or businesses does not sanctify anything, but rather markets a product in hopes you will buy it.
  • All the Single Ladies

    Why are women leaving the church at alarmingly high rates? September 11, 2020 by Captain Laura Van Schaick
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    What can the church can do to ensure that everyone feels loved, welcomed and accepted, regardless of marital status?
  • Final Words

    What happens when a candidate for Medical Assistance in Dying requests pastoral care? September 10, 2020 By Aimee Patterson
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    The Salvation Army stands firmly against Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD). So, what happens when a corps officer is asked to go on a pastoral care journey with someone interested in pursuing MAiD? We start with love.
  • Good Fruit

    We live what we believe. Do we believe the earth is the Lord’s? August 21, 2020 by James Read
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    We say, “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it” (Psalm 24:1), but do we believe it?
  • Porn-Proof Your Kids

    Immunizing a generation against online dangers. August 14, 2020 by Lt-Colonel Lynn Armstrong
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    Availability and access to pornography is overwhelming. Parents and caregivers, how do we be proactive in talking about pornography and teaching young children to be internet safe?
  • A New Playbook

    It’s time to seize the opportunity for vision and hope. August 11, 2020 by Commissioner Floyd Tidd
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought, COVID-19
    Over these past months, we have watched our world, our communities, our families and The Salvation Army respond to the new realities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. May this be remembered as the season when we, in bold faith, embraced the God-given international vision for The Salvation Army and created the much-needed new playbook for the present and the emerging future.